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2011 | 6 | 247–263
Article title

Kultura fizyczna a bezpieczeństwo

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EN
KULTURA FIZYCZNA A BEZPIECZEŃSTWO
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PL
Abstracts
EN
At the beginning of this article, the author explains, what “safety” means in a securitology context (science of security). He claims, that it should be a major element of physical culture science and sport theory. It’s about two trends of physical culture securitology – one is looking for safety in sports, and the second one wants to use physical culture to prevent different types of threats (both: inner – individual and outside – collective safety). One of many physical culture’s goals is to aim for efficient human body. By its help, we become humans, that can unleash the strength to maximize our psychophysical effectiveness. Through physical exercise we shape up our fitness. In basic range, its enough to satisfy individual’s needs, which are related to everyday life. It influences the people’s work, both physical and mental. This kind of activity allows to rebuild physical strength lost by the illness, free from stress and prepare human body for overcoming adversity. Organized physical activity is also an element, which brings people together. It satisfy the need of social participation and appreciation (or rivalry). What is equally important – it allows to get perfection, both corporal and psychophysical. The most important thing is that sports activity should not be make any threat by itself. It should be safe. Physical culture influences self-control, what leads to self-improvement.
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  • Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego Katedra Teorii i Metodyki Gimnastyki Al. Jana Pawła II 78 31-571 Kraków
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